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Kabul Provincial Dialogue

Tuesday 23 August 2016

Kabul Provincial Dialogue

On 21 August 2016, Equality for Peace and Democracy (EPD) facilitated a provincial dialogue in Sufi Restaurant, Kabul. The event was designed to raise awareness about the role of women’s protection centers, and about the importance of women’s participation in the economy. The program brought together around 20 participants from...

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Localization of NAP 1325 Research Report-Launch Event

The situation of Afghan women is becoming increasingly precarious as insecurity is increasing continuously and spreading across the country. Gender-based violence, exclusion and discrimination continue to limit women’s access to education and health care and also their ability to participate in social, economic, and political life, particularly in rural areas....

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Promoting Women’s Political Participation

Corruption is a serious barrier in the way of effective governance. The prevalence of corruption among politicians and government leaders in Afghanistan has created a trust deficit between the people and their representatives. In order to fill the gap between the public and their representatives, EQUALITY for Peace and Democracy...

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Public Outreach – Women Political Participation

Corruption is one of the major challenges facing Afghanistan. As a societal ill, it widens the gap between the public and their political representatives. To help address this problem, EQUALITY for Peace and Democracy has conducted comprehensive research, entitled “Gender, Governance and Corruption”. It is based on analysis in which...

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Central Exchange – Bringing PWN Members Together

On 24th, 25th and 26th of July, EQUALITY for Peace and Democracy brought together 75 members of its Provincial Women’s Network (PWN), spanning 15 provinces, to share their experiences and knowledge in Kabul. The program provided the opportunity for members to share perspectives, challenges and successes. The three-day exchange included...

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